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Thursday, October 31, 2013

Video - Best Of Surprised Patrick Star Gifs

Video - I Believe In Miracles

This is an oldie, but a goodie. One of the first of the viral videos.

Movie lines misquoted















And you thought YOU were having a bad day...











Quickie

A quickie for the day...

People used to dress as monsters for Halloween. 
Now they dress as characters from shows you don't watch.


I hope it was good for you too.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Some spectacular views of the universe






















Quickie

Have a new computer, but still need to try to read my old hard drive to see if the thousands of images I had for posting to my blogs can be recovered - will work on that today. In the meantime...

Here's today's quickie...

Why do little brothers chew with their mouths open?
Flies have to live somewhere.

I hope it was good for you too,

Monday, October 28, 2013

Down and out

I had a major malfunction here - will take a few days to get everything restored.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

For all the other old farts out there.

From the Bits\and Pieces blog - click on the title below to visit the site and watch the video.

Louie, Louie – The Language of the Lyrics

In 1963, a group named the Kingsmen covered the song “Louie Louie,” originally recorded by Richard Berry eight years prior. The Kingsmen’s version is a classic and you’ve almost certainly heard it (but if not, here you go) and likely can sing the whole thing — kind of. You probably have no idea what the actual words are because they’re a garbled mess which is impossible to understand. But that didn’t stop an angry parent from writing to then-U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and insisting that the lyrics were obscene. For some reason, this led to an FBI investigation (!) which concluded, no, the lyrics are just unintelligible. The FBI was right, but they missed something. At about 0:53 into the song, Lynn Easton, the band’s drummer, dropped a drumstick and yelled out the f-word. It’s audible (but not obvious) in the recording